The better, stronger, faster, 15th-anniversary edition robotics kit
It's pretty! And impractical!
Via our pals at Pop Photo: Fujifilm released two new lightning-fast versions of the X-series advanced compact cameras at CES today. The X100 and the X10 come equipped with X-Trans CMOS II sensors that feature phase-detection autofocus pixels on-board. That makes the cameras' autofocus substantially faster--the "world's fastest," Fujifilm claims. Pop Photo will test it out to make sure.
Monster Cable's CES press conference never fails to raise eyebrows.
Fitbit's new Flex is a wristband-style tracker, poised to compete with the Nike Fuelband and Jawbone Up.
On the lam without your car charger? Splice some wires and be on your way.
"Project Shield" tests the limits of what an Android gaming device would be. But is it just a dream gadget?
Including a gigantic airship, an abandoned Soviet theme park, and more
The year's biggest gadget expo is next week in Las Vegas. Here's what we're expecting (and hoping) to see.
"He now praises the iPad."
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XactSystem tracks your aim, then corrects it.
A brand-new operating system for your previously-Android device!
A dozen great ideas in gear, including the fastest mouse on the market, the world's quietest mechanical keyboard, a virtually jam-proof shredder and more.
Your mobile phone could soon be a mobile spy.